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This picture book is a sweet and timely read with children.
The new international “supergroup” is made up of players who have successful histories in other bands.
This fresh, raw movie is an urgent call to care for children—in our families, in our schools or churches, and anywhere else. A call to show them love wherever we can.
Reader Stephanie Brouwer shares her review of Kristin Sterk’s page-turning memoir.
Inspired is an invitation to pick up the Bible again and hear God tenderly say, “Let me tell you a story.”
The debut album from worship collective Here Be Lions celebrates the holiness and power of God.
Leave No Trace provides a low-key but subtle critique of how our society treats veterans.
Katherine Applegate’s novel introduces juvenile readers to a world of swashbuckling adventure and warfare between good and evil.
Our readers write! Rev. George G. Vink reviews J. Cameron Fraser’s book about Lord Mackay, a Christian serving in the public realm.
Newbery Award-winning writer Katherine Paterson explores life in the early years of Castro’s Cuba in her latest children’s book.
Singer-songwriter Plumb writes music that is unique in its honesty, vulnerability, and hopefulness.
Director Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is a visual masterpiece with a lot to chew on.
This picture book celebrates our Creator’s gift of light.
Summary: Glasgow synth-rock band Chvrches offers an album that realistically addresses the present and is hopeful for a more loving and empathetic future.
Giller Prize-winner Michael Ondaatje delivers a well-crafted tale of intrigue.
This intense young adult novel dealing with child abuse and the prison system powerfully calls for a more redemptive way forward for all people.
The hope-filled memoir of the “napalm girl” attests to the mysterious power of God to turn evil to good.
Dorhmann’s book offers food for thought regarding the place of sports in our lives.
The Dating Project is an enlightening look at an important part of life that has changed radically in the last decades.
Leon Bridges’ second album finds a voice all his own.
Diana Butler Bass takes a deeper look at gratitude.
This picture book is an inspiring portrait of the ways a librarian continued to serve her students even as they were sent to internment camps.
This documentary reveals the character and vision of Fred Rogers, who saw the image of God in everyone.